Rehabilitation is possible if not probable. In other words, female perpetraitors tend not to re-offend as much as male victims, and they are that. Typically, they have been abused as well. Why men tend to repeat probably goes to society and the surpressing of male emotions, whereas females can express and perhaps realize they are repeating the cylce they experienced, more readily. I have never raped anyone, nor would I, but I am a human being who has sinned and done things people would consider disgusting only to change. Change is possible and real, just as God is in my opinion. I know there is a lot of pain on this board and others of this type, but as survivors you can get to a place of forgiveness and let go of the anger. As long as you stay angry and immobilized, the perp wins and that must be avoided at all costs. I wrote a biography about siblings who were molested and I consider them champions, because they have survived and forgiven; they have moved on with their lives. It's called No Ordinary Lady and available on create space or kindle if anyone is interested. At my lowest point in life, I don't understand why I did some things I have done, unless it was to learn a lesson that this could happen to anyone. Be angry for a while, but don't let it or any act a "sick" person has done to you retard your personal growth-that may or may not have been the goal. Regardless in life we must never give up the fight no matter how tough or what we have been through. Sometimes family and friends don't understand and they want to blame the victims which is a real shame. But as people, we all have shortcomings. Therapy does work if you put the effort in. No child should take credit for what an adult does. People have often taken out their frustrations on family, which isn't right. There are no perfect human beings. But I honestly applaud all of you and pray that you continue to be the champions you are. Never give up. There are people who do recover and live wonderful lives. Anger prevents, forgiveness opens doors. Do whatever it takes...If there is one person who has then you can. If you feel unsure, do what it takes to become assured. There are martial arts classes, yoga, therapy, and on and on. Turn over every stone because you deserve it. God bless all of you.